April 25, 2015

Health Impact News Editor Comments

Attorney Shawn McMillan is continuing his fight against the corrupt Child and Protective Services in California, and has now filed a class action lawsuit against Orange County California for allegedly seizing more 5000 children in State-sponsored kidnappings. This follows his December 2014 class action lawsuit against CPS in Riverside County in California, which is also accused of kidnapping “thousands” of children without cause.

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Attorney Shawn McMillan of California specializes in civil rights cases against child protection agencies. He has been awarded the “Street Fighter of the Year” award for defending family rights and taking on the abuses of social service agencies in California.

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December 1, 2013

It's a chilling scene caught on camera: Armed police officers stripping a baby from his mother's arms. No warrant. No court order. They just walk into a private home at take the child … all on the say-so of a social worker. The Sacramento video clearly illustrated the power vested in Child Protective Services' social workers.
Only two entities – that we know of -- have the power to deprive people of their liberties:
Law enforcement and Child Protective Services. 

It is an awesome power that demands rigorous oversight and scrutiny. Police abuse of that power regularly makes headlines. But social worker abuse? The very phrase sounds offense. These profes...

In 2011 Child Protective Services workers took 838 children away from their parents for suspected abuse or neglect. In 2012, that number was cut by nearly half, to 466. And I'm willing to bet 2013 will see either similar numbers or a further decline. That's because CPS is, apparently, now following the law, which mandates social workers must have a warrant before yanking kids out of homes. Unless social workers have reason to believe a child is in imminent danger of being physically harmed or killed, they have to get a warrant. That's not a new law. It's been that way all along.

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — In 2007, Jacqueline Arce and Antonio Langarica were surprised to discover they would be expecting their second child.

“I was in total shock,” Jacqueline told CBS2. “I wasn’t expecting it. I was in school so I knew it was going to be tougher.”

Baby Adrian was a happy, healthy 10-month-old when his mother went back to Cal State University Northridge to finish up her degree in the fall of 2008.

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